They say the only way out is through, but the thoroughfare was rough. A thick jungle of thorny vine. Quicksand under your feet. She said once, "Look up when you're drowning. Find the sun and float." And you've been chasing the light ever since.
The honey opal has an intensely saturated honey orange color, glowing in a way that'll have you looking back over and over again. It weighs just under a carat, but since opal is a light stone, you're getting a rather large sparkly and flashy stone for your money. It measures 7.43 x 7.41 x 5.18 mm.
The black veins you see in this honey jelly opal are dendrite moss inclusions. The stone has a lovely opalescent glow, flaming almost like a fire opal. Set in warm gold, it's hard to miss this fine collector's gem!
It was precision cut by hand into a triangle by the American lapidary Robert Heath.
Jelly opal is a very comforting stone said to bring relief during childbirth. This ring would make a pretty epic push present in the last weeks of her pregnancy.
As opal is a rather soft stone, we do recommend you take care while wearing this ring.
You'll receive the exact one of the kind ring from the photos.
Wear it with our opal, sapphire and diamond pendant in gold.